Greg Ennis of James Clemens High in the Madison City school system has been named the 2016 National Teacher of the Year in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education by the Air Force Association.
AFA partners with Roll-Royce to encourage education in Aerospace Education and STEM.
“Organizations such as AFA who are willing to go out of their way to support teachers and students through CyberPatriot, StellarXplorers, Teacher of the Year, and other programs are improving education for both students and teachers,” said Ennis.
According to Phil Burkholder, Rolls-Royce North America, “Helping prepare your people for careers in STEM is vital to the future of both the US Air Force and the aerospace industry.”
Congratulations to Greg Ennis for a job well done and for again showing that contrary to what the governor and many others think, we have people in our classrooms who ignore all the negativity and go about their jobs with great success.